The Dalmatian Coast route was our very first, the original, and still the most popular and most precious one.
From time to time we return to gather amazing places and exciting activities on our imaginary top list, to show you only the best of the vibrant harbors, quiet fishing villages, beautiful beaches, secluded bays, and local delicacies.
We invite you on this adventurous holiday, where your home will be a sailing boat for a week, and we will cruise around the most breathtaking islands of the Croatian Adriatic to relax and forget the hustle and bustle of everyday life, and come into harmony with nature again.
Low cost carriers have become the best value in your flights planning to reach Split or Zadar.
Getting to Split by bus is one of the cheapest ways to travel. Split bus station (Autobuski Kolodvor) is conveniently located in Split port area.
Traveling to Croatia by car is always a good idea. Split is connected by a very picturesque highway A1 from Zagreb.
If you need transfer or taxi from the airport, it can be arranged upon request.
The Croatian coast has a typically Mediterranean climate consisting of hot, dry, sunny weather during summer. Average temperatures during summer should lie in the mid-to-high 20s °C.
September still has glorious, sunny weather with warm temperatures, and the sea will also still be warm enough for swimming. May is also a great month to visit Croatia. Temperatures have already risen to a pleasant level, but the sea may not quite be warm enough for swimming.